Z is for Zombie: Rage - Catt Dahman Reviews
Description:Print Length: 138 pages / Publisher: J Ellington Ashton / Published: 11 July 2012
Newest Review: ... others number the dead, they head out to take revenge. Unfortunately their paths soon cross with what is left of the ... more
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by - written on 28/11/12 (Very useful, 10 readings)
Rage is the fifth book in this ongoing Zombie series and reads like it was originally intended to wrap everything up and bring the series to a tidy close. But knowing that there are another four books to come, one must only assume that author Catt Dahman, either by her own steam or through pressure from the fans, must have at some point decided to continue on a bit further. This makes this book then a bit of a strange one... Rage continues where the last book left off with a group of the Hopetown survivors heading out beyond the confines of their walls to hunt down the two Hybrids that they invited into their home with disastrous results! Whilst others number ... Read the complete review
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